Bindi Changes Mind, Bindi Gets Banned, by Andrew Bolt.
Artist Bindi Cole Chocka was one of nine people identifying as Aboriginal who took me to the Federal Court for saying they also had other choices — they could identify as white, both or nothing, race irrelevant.
The judge said I was wrong but Bindi now says she was.
Guess what? She’s now been banned by an art gallery.
That’s how the enforcement of political correctness works: stay with the PC mob and you get access to all the economic opportunities flowing from the media, academia, bureaucracy, the art world, etc. But say a world out of line, and your economic opportunities dry up. To say nothing of the social enforcement — the rudeness and ostracism to those who veer into reality.